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As the modern world continues to change, how do we as instructional designers continue to evolve the science of instruction? How do we continue to professionalize the science of engineering instruction? How do we as instructional engineers define what we do to the world of learners and organizations who offer learners the opportunity to advance in their chosen quest for knowledge? Join Dr. Chuck Hodell and Dennise Cardona for an engaging discussion on defining our profession as a science that engineers learning for mastery. Learn why the way we define ourselves matters. Presentation goal: How to rethink the process of Instructional Design for the future.
Presenters: Dr. Chuck Hodell and Dennise Cardona
Dr. Chuck Hodell is a Faculty Lecturer at Northeastern University, Affiliate Professor at University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, and Academic Advisor for Instructor Certification at the International Masonry Training and Education Foundation. He is also the Co-creator/Co-host of Instructional Design from the Ground Up YouTube show and author of several works, including Introduction to Instructional Systems Design: Theory and Practice. ATD Press (2021), ISD from the Ground Up. ASTD (4 editions – 2000, 2006, 2010, 2016), SMEs from the Ground Up. ASTD (2013), frequent contributor for ATD, including Training and Development Magazine. PhD in Language, Literacy and Culture; MA in ISD, UMBC.
Dennise Cardona is the Digital Content Manager/Film Producer/Host Mic’d Up Podcast at UMBC, Video Producer/Founder, Sunny Bee Productions, LLC, Co-creator/Co-Host/Producer, Instructional Design From the Ground Up YouTube Show, Designer/Facilitator of the How to Write Your Novel course, Udemy.com, Developer/Facilitator, International Masonry Training and Education Foundation. She is an M.A. Candidate in the Learning & Performance Technology, UMBC.
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